Jewelry size Guide
Chocker: 40 cm (~16 in) (with a 5cm extender)
Princess: 50 cm (~20 in)
Matinée: 60 cm (~26 in)
Matinée Long: 70 cm (~27 in)
Opera: 80 cm (~31 in)
The picture shows you how long the necklaces are when you wear them.
You can wrap a long necklace 2-3 times around your neck for a trendy layered effect.
Choose the size of your necklace based on your size. If you’re tall you can go for an Opera, however, if you lean on the shorter side, you should choose a shorter necklace to make you look slender.
Layering is another trend that you should look into. It’s not only trendy but it’s also fun to mix different lengths, pendants, stones, and metals.
Choose Your Necklace
If you have a printer nearby, download and print the pdf below.
Cut the strip of paper corresponding to the size of the bracelet you think might be good for you and put it around your wrist. This will give you a feeling of the fit of your bracelet.
The bracelet sizes are adjustable to up to 2cm. Play with the strip of paper until you find the perfect size.
If the bracelet is too snug, go a size up. If it’s too loose, go a size down.
Our bracelet sizes fit wrists from 17-21cm, that is the majority of women’s wrists.
No printer? No problem. Use a measuring tape. Read below the steps you need to do to find your bracelet size.
We have compiled a two step wrist size guide to make it easy for you to find a bracelet that fits perfectly on your wrist:
1. Measure your wrist below the wrist bone (where you would normally wear your bracelet) using a bracelet gauge, a flexible measuring tape or a strip of paper.
2. If using a plain strip of paper, mark your strip with a pen where the end of the bracelet needs to be. Then measure the paper strip with a ruler. This is the wrist size.
To find the bracelet size, increase the wrist measurement by the increment below, based on how you the bracelet to fit.
– For a snug fit, add 1cm.
– For a comfort fit, add 2cm.
– For a loose fit, add 3cm.
The most common bracelet size for women is size S (17 – 19 cm).